Gyles Brandreth defends Boris Johnson’s kettle comment after Vernon Kay slams ‘bumbling’ Prime Minister: ‘It’s his style’

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The outgoing Prime Minister delivers his top tip during a speech in suffolk yesterday, but it was quickly matte be backlash across the nation.

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Tory ministers have stressed 'help is coming' to ease the crisis of rising energy bills and cost of living, but are waiting for a new leader to be elected next week.

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"If you have an old kettle that takes ages to boil, it may cost you £20 to replace it. "But if you get new, you'll save £10 on your electricity bill every year. '

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Despite the backlash against the prime minister, Gogglebox star Giles jumped in to defend him this morning.

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Stand-in presenter Vernon Kay began by saying 'babbling' to Mr Johnson, saying: 'Although what it is whenever he speaks always feels like he reads for the first time

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His speech because he barks a little and I understand, we all do, but as prime minister of course your delivery should be official,' while Rochelle Humes said:

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He continued: 'What he was doing, people are saying, how can you advocate spending all this money, and he's saying, that's long-term thinking.'

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The combination of staggering energy costs and excruciating inflation is creating the biggest squeeze in living standards for a century.

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Household disposable income is likely to decline by 10% this year and next year, while the number of people living in absolute poverty will increase from 3 million to 14 million from 2023 to 2024.

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